Planned Parenthood Closes Center Caught Covering Child Sexual Abuse
“Don’t tell me these people were trying to protect this girl. This is outrageous.” ~ Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, Inc.
Today, Life Dynamics, Inc. a national pro-life group located in Denton, Texas, has responded to the closing of a Wisconsin Planned Parenthood facility caught covering for child sexual predators.
After 36 years in operation, the Fond du Lac Planned Parenthood has announced their closing in a letter penned by staff and published by a local media outlet.
Despite receiving millions of dollars in federal tax monies, Planned Parenthood has cited state budget cuts targeting their centers as reason for the closure.
But, what is not being reported, is that Planned Parenthood in Fond du Lac was caught on tape advising a 13-year-old child how she can cover the fact that she was having sex with an adult man, a clear violation of state laws that require reporting the suspicion of child abuse.
The call was part of a 2002 undercover investigation sting which, Life Dynamics conducted where they documented that abortion clinics associated with both Planned Parenthood and the National Abortion Federation are, with very few exceptions, completely ignoring the mandatory reporting statutes.
Life Dynamics, has published a transcript of the conversation their undercover caller, who was posing as a 13-year-old child, had with this Planned Parenthood center.
The caller tells the Fond du Lac Planned Parenthood staffer, who identified herself as “Sarah”, that she was having sex with a 22-year-old adult male.
The caller asks Sarah about pregnancy tests and how to receive an abortion if she is pregnant.
Planned Parenthood tells the caller that they do not perform abortions at that location but states that she can obtain an abortion at their Appleton, Planned Parenthood clinic and acknowledges several times that they are required to report any suspicion of sexual abuse – such as this child’s admission that an adult male may have impregnated her.
CALLER: The problem is I’ll be 14 in March, and my friend said that you guys would have to tell on my boyfriend because he’s 22.
CLINIC: Yeah. Yeah. You’re 13 now?
CLINIC: Holy cow. Ummmm. Yeah, that’s reportable.
Planned Parenthood then suggests that the caller purchase a home pregnancy test and if the test is negative she can go to Planned Parenthood for the birth control she will need to continue the sexual relationship with the man.
CALLER: Well, if I took a home pregnancy test, if it came out that I wasn’t pregnant, could I come in there and get birth control? Because I don’t want to have to go through all this again.
CLINIC: Yeah. If you’re negative, by all means come on in and get birth control pills.
CALLER: But you guys wouldn’t have to tell anybody that I was on birth control though?
CLINIC: No. We’re not allowed to.
CALLER: Well, would you have to tell about my boyfriend?
CLINIC: That I’m not quite sure of. That I’m not quite sure of. I’m not sure.
CALLER: So would it just be better not to say anything about my boyfriend to you guys?
CLINIC: Well, we know now (laughing).
At this point Planned Parenthood puts the caller on hold and appears to get advice from someone else inside the clinic. She returns:
CLINIC: Okay. Thanks for holding. You’re kind of in a sticky situation because you’re 13 and you’re sleeping with a 22-year-old.
CALLER: But we’re in love. We’re going to get married.
CLINIC: Right. And we’re not here to judge. But legally they would have to report that because it is technically statutory rape. Your pregnancy would be —
CALLER: I mean, he’s not raping me. We’re in love. We’re going to get married.
CLINIC: Right. But by the law, if anyone found out that you were — even if you were in love to the umpteenth degree, if the wrong person found out, it could be trouble. It could be trouble.
CALLER: But you’re not going to tell anybody now, are you?
CLINIC: Well, no.
Planned Parenthood then advises the underage caller how she can avoid anyone reporting this to authorities, by telling her that when she goes in to, “keep your mouth shut.”
Planned Parenthood’s biggest concern here is not that the child is being raped by a pedophile, but how she can prevent future pregnancies from this man.
CLINIC: But if you came in we would have to. But now that leaves you in a bind. Because if you’re pregnant and you go up to the AB clinic [Appleton, Planned Parenthood abortion clinic], then they’re going to know, you know what I’m saying? I mean, it’s great that you guys are in love, but technically because you are so young and he’s over 18 —
CALLER: Well, do you know if there’s any other place I could go?
CLINIC: Why don’t you take your home test first? Take your home test first before you get yourself really worried. Take your home test first. My suggestion would be if you’re negative, please get on the pill. Protect yourself.
CALLER: But where could I go for that?
CLINIC: My suggestion would be — you could go anywhere if you just kind of keep your mouth shut.
CALLER: Oh, okay.
CLINIC: You know what I’m saying?
CALLER: Yeah. I’m just so scared. I don’t know.
CLINIC: I know. And it is scary. And if you were like 16 and he was 22, it would be a different story, but you’re 13. And like I said, we’re not here to judge you, and we will not. But, technically, that’s the law, and the nurses here do have to abide by that. So if you came in and they knew that you were sleeping with a 22-year-old man, they would have to report it.
Planned Parenthood finally tells the caller to take care of the pregnancy without revealing who impregnated her, “My suggestion would be, if you find out you’re pregnant just take care of it, how you have to take care of it. You’ve got the number to the AB clinic [abortion clinic]. Call the ladies. They’ll tell you about funding or what not and cost and all that good stuff. But I really wouldn’t advertise that you’re dating a 22-year-old.”
Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics is outraged, “Don’t tell me these people were trying to protect this girl. This is outrageous. Not only should the legislature have removed public funding but it is an obscenity to have public funding to begin with. Facilities operated by Planned Parenthood are conducting a pedophile protection racket and we are being forced to pay for the rapes of our daughters.”
Crutcher urges every parent and concerned America to listen to the full tape of the call – which can be heardhere.
Only a few weeks ago, Life Dynamics released a second report exposing that what they documented in 2002 continues in 2014.
The new report, “The Cover-Up of Child Sexual Abuse” part two, contains actual cases of criminal prosecutions against men who have been caught having illegal sexual relationships with minor girls.
Crutcher explains, “In almost every case of adult men having sex with minor girls, the perpetrators are aware that the relationship is illegal and could land them in prison. They also know that one of the most likely ways for them to get caught is for their victims to become pregnant. When that happens, their back up plan is inevitably going to involve abortion. As a result, there is no place within the medical community where underage victims of sexual abuse are more likely to be found than at abortion clinics. The question is: how are these girls dealt with when they show up at those clinics?”
Crutcher says it is critical that states enforce mandatory reporting laws and prosecute those who fail to report, “it is self-evident that when a minor girl seeks an abortion, she represents a textbook example of why mandatory reporting laws were created in the first place. Despite this, we have consistently found that the law enforcement community is functionally indifferent to the problem of abortion clinics not complying with mandatory reporting statutes even in the face of irrefutable evidence that violations are occurring. Among all the cases we researched – whether they are included in this report or not – we never found one example in which criminal charges were brought against an abortion clinic employee for failing to comply with their state’s mandatory reporting statutes. This was true even when this failure was (a) noted during the investigation and/or trial and (b) was a direct contributor to subsequent assaults on these children. In some cases, the abortion clinics flaunting of these laws even resulted in sexual assaults being committed against other underage girls.”
Crutcher and his team have also produced a powerful commercial to notify parents as well as the victims of child sexual abuse that they could be eligible to sue clinics who fail to report child sexual abuse.
The commercial which can be aired by attorneys/legal groups across the country states, “Each day thousands of underage girls are given abortions or birth control or treatment for sexually transmitted diseases without their parents’ knowledge and everyone of them is a potential crime victim. If you are one of these children or if you are the parent of one of these children your legal rights may have been violated. But you can take control by calling the number on your screen, do it now, it’s time to stop being a victim.”
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